30 Years of Art

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Block Prints Feature Birds, Mammals, and Fish of the Methow Valley

Winter 2015

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Methow Valley fifth graders examined the fish, flora, and fauna of the Methow River watershed through the lens of artists by designing and carving images on linoleum blocks. In this interdisciplinary unit students first learned about the creatures that inhabit the riparian zone, forested areas, and other ecosystems of the Methow Valley in a workshop in… [Read More]

Margaret Kingston Paints her Moment

Spring 2015

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An Arts Education Spotlight by Ashley Lodato, Methow Arts’ Education Director Step into the Winthrop Gallery or the gallery at Sun Mountain Lodge and you will see some oil paintings that you might mistake for photographs. Featuring snowy basins, backcountry skiers, and white-capped peaks, the paintings capture a startlingly realistic representation of the snow’s texture,… [Read More]

Hold the presses, Door No. 3 is moving!

Spring 2015

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Door No. 3 Print & Book Art Studio is excited to announce a relocation to TwispWorks starting this May. Since 2008, Door No. 3 has inhabited a treasured location at the Methow Valley Community Center in Room number 3. Just across from the Twisp Library, community members have learned printmaking techniques, artists have exhibited, and… [Read More]

What does Economic Vitality mean to you?

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Economic recovery is a hot topic in the Methow these days. Last summer’s fires wreaked havoc on many businesses. But the issue of a healthy economy for our community is not new—we all want to see living wage jobs, successful businesses and thriving downtowns. With last summer’s natural disaster as a catalyst, the Twisp and… [Read More]

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